PLAYER PROFILE

CHRIS EXCIMINIANO

ALASKA ACES

#17 / 6'1'' / G
FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY

3.44 PPG1.33 RPG0.89 APG
STATSBIO

CONFERENCE STATS

GP MIN FGM/FGA FG% 3PM/3PA 3P% FTM/FTA FT% REB AST BLK STL PF TOV PTS
CONFERENCE AVERAGE
9 14.32 1.67 / 3.44 48% 0.00 / 0.67 0% 0.11 / 0.67 17% 1.33 0.89 0.33 1.11 1.22 0.44 3.44
CONFERENCE TOTAL
9 128.89 15 / 31 48% 0 / 6 0% 1 / 6 17% 12 8 3 10 13 4 31

RECENT GAMES

DATE OPP SCORE MIN FGM/FGA FG% 3PM/3PA 3P% FTM/FTA FT% REB AST BLK STL PF TOV PTS
SEP 20 ROS L  82-112 16.23 2 / 3 67% 0 / 0 0% 1 / 2 50% 0 0 0 0 2 0 5
SEP 15 MER L  78-106 16.60 1 / 4 25% 0 / 0 0% 0 / 0 0% 1 1 0 1 1 1 2
SEP 10 KIA W  102-94 25.67 7 / 9 78% 0 / 0 0% 0 / 1 0% 4 3 0 5 3 1 14
SEP 08 GLO W  101-88 21.98 3 / 3 100% 0 / 0 0% 0 / 1 0% 4 2 0 2 3 0 6
SEP 02 SMB W  90-79 0.00 0 / 0 0% 0 / 0 0% 0 / 0 0% 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
CONFERENCE AVERAGE
- - - 16.10 2.60 / 3.80 54.00% 0.00 / 0.00 0.00% 2.60 / 3.80 54.00% 1.80 1.20 0.00 1.60 1.80 0.40 5.40
CONFERENCE TOTAL
- - - 80.48 13 / 19 54.00% 0 / 0 0.00% 13 / 19 54.00% 9 6 0 8 9 2 27

PLAYER'S BIO


Early life Exciminiano was born in Olongapo City to William Veins Green, a US Navy Serviceman who was once stationed in Subic, and Gina Exciminiano. His father abandoned them even before he was born. He has since not seen or met his dad until now but hopes to finally meeting him one day. College career Exciminiano played collegiate basketball at FEU where he established himself as defensive stopper, while serving as backup to Terrence Romeo and RR Garcia. He also suited up for the Cagayan Rising Suns in the PBA Developmental League. Professional career Exciminiano was selected 18th overall in the 2013 PBA draft by the Aces. During his rookie season, he struggled to get some playing time as a third-string point guard to JVee Casio and RJ Jazul and was shuffled in an out of Alaska's active roster. However, in his sophomore season, he became one of coach Alex Compton's reliable energy guys off the bench as Alaska veered away from the triangle offense and adopted the fast-paced, full court-pressing system. He was the unsung hero of the Aces' come-from-behind victory in the pivotal Game Five against Rain or Shine in their semi-final series, and would reprise the same role in another come-from-behind win in Game Three against San Miguel in the 2014–15 PBA Philippine Cup Finals. In his third season, he continued to play significant minutes for the Aces, often assigned as the defensive stopper for the opposing scorers. He typified his role during the 2015-16 PBA Philippine Cup semifinals against GlobalPort when he was assigned to defend Terrence Romeo. His defensive stops were keys to winning the series.